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Coeur d’Alene CEOs looking to innovate (access required)

The Innovation Collective, a northern Idaho entrepreneurial organization, plans to create a new incubator and accelerator space in downtown Coeur d’Alene to help the city’s budding startup, technology and robotics companies. The Innovation Collective was created by a group of ...

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Boise to Houston, non-stop as of Aug. 20 (access required)

Boise Airport once again has non-stop service to Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) with one daily United Airlines flight departing at 7:30 a.m. Houston is United’s largest hub and the 10th busiest airport in the United States.  IAH  is ...

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A word with John Bechtel, Wilder mayor and immigration reform advocate (access required)

Wilder Mayor John Bechtel has been serving his southwestern Idaho city in one capacity or another for nearly three decades, including two long stints as mayor and one stay on the city council. These days, Bechtel, 77, who is retired ...

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New health care payment model coming to Boise (access required)

An alternative model of providing health care that has been successful in other parts of the country is coming to Boise. Under direct primary care, patients get a range of treatment options, including most wellness and acute care but not ...

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Sportsplex is planning $40 million indoor sports center (access required)

Nonprofit Sportsplex Idaho is planning to build a 185,000-square-foot indoor sports facility with 12 multi-purpose courts and an arena that seats more than 3,000 people for games or other events. Sportsplex leaders say the project has a $40 million price ...

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Downtown Boise loses Anthropologie, lululemon to Village at Meridian (access required)

Women’s clothing retailer Anthropologie and sports clothing retailer lululemon athletica will both leave their downtown storefronts and reopen at the Village at Meridian. “We are moving out there in the spring of next year,” Anthropologie associate store manager Marissa Navarro ...

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Idaho’s dairy industry quietly grows (access required)

Introduction: A quiet but mighty dairy industry Idaho farms received $2.42 billion from dairy sales in 2012. The state’s dairy industry is bigger even than Idaho’s famous potato industry, which brought in roughly $964 million that same year, and it ...

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Medicaid panel pushes for expansion (access required)

A workgroup put together by Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter is recommending that lawmakers consider expanding Medicaid to provide health care benefits to more than 100,000 Idahoans. But lawmakers on the panel say the latest suggestion may be dead on ...

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Car dealers concerned about markup regulations (access required)

Some Idaho car dealers are concerned federal regulators will change the relationship between dealers and the lenders that provide car loans, increasing consumer costs. The regulator, the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, said the changes for indirect lenders are in an ...

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Saint Alphonsus doctors unite to build a joint institute (access required)

Reconstructive orthopedic surgeons are like closing pitchers in baseball who only work the ninth inning. These doctors just come into play for the end game, when nothing more can be done with your knee or hip but rebuild or replace ...

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